Skip to main content

tv   ABC7 News 600AM  ABC  November 1, 2016 6:00am-7:01am PDT

6:00 am
>> where you live this is abc7 mornings. it is now 6:00 a.m., welcome to november. how does it feel? >> good morning, jessica castro and mike nicco. and to natasha zouves. >> and alexis smith. >> yes, alexis is here. >> good morning, guys. mike, let's talk. there are wet roads this morning. >> can we share that with everyone else? love talking with you. i want to talk to the other folks, danville and san ramon and dublin, into hayward, 238, 680 is wet and another good shower headed to menlo park. richmond side of the richmond-san rafael bridge, there are puddles, at 50 to 56 through 7:00 with showers tapering to sunny in the afternoon and low-to-mid 60s. alexis? >> we have mass transit issues
6:01 am
this morning. this is not too big of a deal but you will want to get to the ferry early if you take the san francisco bay ferry from the east bay. there is reduced capacity and three trip on the alameda and oakland routes to the san francisco ferry is on the smaller than normal vessel. do not be the last one on you may have to take the next boat. we have slow downs from the central valley. that is coming up in less than ten. >> in a week, people in california will pick the next president and what to legalize marijuana, the biggest city racing to take action before the decision comes down. matt? >> good morning, proposition 64 is ahead in the polls and just a week away from election day, yes, on 64 is ahead, in the polls a week away from election day and the san jose city council does not want to be caught off guard in case it does
6:02 am
pass. that is why they are holding their own vote for something called an urgency ordinance, for proposition 64, legalizing marijuana for people 21 and older that regulates the industry. the city manager and city attorney wrote a memo saying it makes it clear to budding entrepreneurs that commercial recreational marijuana activity is not allowed in san jose but confirm not medical marijuana is restricted to six living plants and not to be grown outdoors. they want to make sure the proposition does not create same issues medical marijuana created legalized we in san jose. it will likely pass without a discussion today. new to the massive fire that wiped out an oakland apartment building under construction, huge flamed this morning. we brought it to you live yesterday, with sky 7 over the
6:03 am
scene after the flames broke out and abc7 has learned the owner is facing legal troubles, the previous tenants filed a lawsuit against the owner saying he started construction while they were still living there and they say he cut off their utilities and chased them out, with the tone calling the fire "highly suspicious," the cause is "under vex." >> we have been following breaking news from baltimore, a terrible bus crash. jessica has details from the live desk. >> we are waiting for police to brief the media in baltimore after a deadly crash, six people are dead. it was a rash between a school bus, commuter by the way, and another car in baltimore, maryland, this morning at 6:30. we eastern standard time. we confirmed through the morning and our newscast there were no kids on board the school bus. but there is no word on the identities of the people that were killed in this crash the minutes ago, the media chief
6:04 am
crash he has seen in his contrary and it was a chain reaction crash. the front the school bus crashed into the side of the metro bus this happened two hours ago as people were starting their work days and we are watching the new information that should be coming in here to the live desk. i will watch that for you and let you know when we get more details. >> your voice your vote and donald trump capitalizing on latest e-mail investigation with a week let before election day, campaigning in states like michigan where he is trailing in the polls, and this morning, he is ahead and the nation by one point. the f.b.i. is urgently investigating e-mails found in anthony weiner's computer froms
6:05 am
spaces stranged wife and top aide to hillary clinton, huma aberdeen. >> i think we hit the motherlode, i never liked you anthony, but thank you very much. >> clinton said there is no case here. other democrats argue the timing of the announcement is causing widespread con foundation and unfair speculation. >> a hot topic is voter fraud, the district attorney and the director of san francisco's d of elections will talk about what they doing to fight voter fraud launching what they call a public education campaign to heighten awareness and reduce possible bad behavior. >> open enrollment is today nor cover california, expect to see health insurance rate go up for 2017, more than a million people in california get health care coverage through the exchange. >> the fee file is searching for this woman, the head band
6:06 am
band-aid suspected of robbing a wells fargo. you can see she is wishing a head band. she threatened the teller with a weapon thursday afternoon. the teller handed over crash. police are not say how much money she get away with >> the pro bart ad that draymond green started in violates an election law. >> let's take bart the next time we come to the game. >> lawyers claim that the ad used public money to campaign for bart's measure rr on the ballot, which is a $3.5 million bond that would raise taxes in three bay area counties to upgrade part and it is against election law to use public money or campaign nor or against a ballot measure. >> california national guard is scrambling do do right by thousands of troops cause in the bonus scandal. the new obstacle leaders are running into. >> the no burn
6:07 am
6:08 am
6:09 am
>> happening today, start of the official no burn season in san francisco's ocean beach. that means no recreational fires. it coincides with the winter "spare the air" season when it
6:10 am
can reach unhealthy levels and allows crews to remove and clean oil fire pits, remaining in affect until the end of february we talk about wet weather. morgan hill is moving away from you sliding into gilroy where it is heaviest at 20 minutes, it will be gone. as far as temperatures, 50 in los gatos and cupertino at 51 the rest of us in the mid-50s but los altos hills at 52 and san jose at 55, and mid-to-upper 50s else where this morning. sutro tower is showing a clearing and morning showers for the cork mute so slick streets. yard work is still soggy, and light breezes if you are on the water at .0 4" an sure ago and temperatures in the 60s, but, 70s on the way, and i am tracking the next chance of rain. alexis? >> good morning, still slow get out of the central valley, look at the drive times westbound 580, tracy to dublin an hour and 19 minutes with a crash near
6:11 am
greenville road at 4:45 a car went off the road. it is blocking a lane on the eastbound side. westbound 4 antioch to concord is 39 minutes. okay from the north bay. in major delays from san rafael. a look at our traffic map southbound 101, south san jose beyond tully road, a rollover crash is still blocking the two left lanes with delays on both sides of 101. >> the iphone 7, just came out and now it is time to talk about the iphone 8, the new features you can expect. >> he is not a united states citizen but he cast his ballot oh, look... ...another anti-wrinkle cream in no hurry to make anything happen. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair works... ...in one week. with the... fastest retinol formula available. it's clinically proven to work on fine lines and... ...even deep wrinkles.
6:12 am
"one week? that definitely works!" rapid wrinkle repair. and for dark spots, rapid tone repair. neutrogena®. "see what's possible." (baby♪ aughs) ♪ fortified.tored. replenished. emerge everyday with emergen-c packed with b vitamins, antioxidants, electrolytes plus more vitamin c than 10 oranges. why not feel this good everyday? emerge and see.
tv-commercial
6:13 am
i've never liked marijuana. but i'm voting yes on prop 64 to legalize marijuana for adults 21 and over. it has important safeguards for families, like strict product labeling and child-proof packaging of all marijuana products. and banning edibles that would appeal to a child. raising a teenager, that regulated system makes a lot more sense than what we have now. plus, 64 taxes marijuana
6:14 am
to fund priorities like after-school programs. personally, marijuana's not for me. but my mind's made up. i'm voting yes on 64. we have new audio this morning of the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando this happened in june of the it is giving us new unsite on how it unfolded. tapes of calls between the police and the gunman, mateen, have been released. they show us how negotiator tried to bring the negotiation to a peaceful end. >> you are speaking to the --. [ inaudible ] >> what did you do? >> you know what i did. >> i am trying to figure out how
6:15 am
to get this resolved. i am not a politician or government. i can just help individuals. the negotiator had three calls with ma fine over two hours and police came up with a plan to bust through a wall freeing hostages and ending the massacre. mateen was killed in a shot out with police. all the fresno county sheriff will reveal details of how a deputy died yesterday in a shooting. it is believed the deputy was shot accidentally while on duty. it happened in a business park near the airport. paramedics rushed the deputy to the hospital but he did not survive >> the california national guard is say they cannot find thousands of veterans who accepted reenlistment bonuses and have not been able to contact 4,000 of the more than 9,000 veterans. $15,000 bonuses were given do soldier as decade took to sign up for iraq and afghanistan wars and the pentagon said the
6:16 am
bonuses everyone given improperly, last weak, the secretary of defense carter told the pentagon to stop asking for the storms to repay the bonuses and saying the process was not fair. >> now the election, an arizona man claimed he receive add ballot in the mail although he is not a united states citizen. arizona law requires you show proof of citizenship to obligate a state voter i.d. card. that did not prevent a man who hold as green card from registering to vote. he said he registered on a state site using his driver's license on the site claiming to be a united states citizen and he was born in new york. our sister station in phoenix concealed his identity. >> i started believing in voter fraud. it happens. if they sent me this. >> we check it thoroughly enough that is not the case. >> state officials insist it would have been impossible for the man to register because driver licenses issued to noncitizens have special codes.
6:17 am
>> 6:16, west hollywood huge's halloween celebration is the most wild around and this year, no exception. >> your own creation? >> my own. everything. wigs. everything. >> you have to appreciate. it takes hours to put some of the cost opportunities together. this was themed decision coe area so thousands took in the sights and sounds. authorities stepped up security this area to make sure the celebration remains safer and they asked everyone to carry items in clear plastic bags. >> i had one trick-or-treater. >> one? >> he was adorable he grabbed into my little bowl for more peanut butter cups. he what a spooky skeleton scary person. >> i fell asleep.
6:18 am
>> now, san rafael. .5" of rain during halloween. we knew it was the cocoa -- 101 corridor that would get the steady rain. it is 55 and degree. dublin and to livermore and hayward, the area heading to the sunol grade is wet and the western side of the dumbarton bridge, in menlo park an isolated shower and a few showing up across the north bay mountains but we are mostly sunny with an isolated shower and coolest need ahead with 30s and 40s and weekend storm is likely. first rain train leave the station is next lining up on the tracks for saturday evening into sunday, and here is how it plays out, fine all day saturday. from 1:00 in the morning to
6:19 am
10:00 in the morning we have our best chance of quarter to half an inch rain in the 70s away from the coast to saturday and cooler with the rain on sunday. alexis? >> good morning, quite a few crashes so i will stat you off on traffic map as few light showers left and slick conditions taking the toll, southbound 101 we had a rollover crash occur 45 minutes ago and a second crash in the same area with big delays both directions of 101 and they are trying to get a tow truck and he is stuck in traffic, northbound highway 87, to the west of this, it crashed and we have another one blocking the far right lane and we will get you to the peninsula, southbound 101 at third avenue before the san mateo bridge, yet another rollover crash and it is blocking the two left lanes with no issues for the bay bridge toll plaza and we have had the metering lights on since 5:30 this morning. >> "good morning america" coming up right here at 7:00 and amy
6:20 am
has a look at that is ahead. >> good morning, reggie and natasha. next we have our new poll showing donald trump ahead in the first time since may and this is coming after the controversial f.b.i. e-mail investigation and what needs to be done to win the race. halloween ending in tragedy after a vehicle struck a flatbed trailer carrying trick-or-treaters with more on the investigation. a terrify moment caught on camera, as a couple goes for a late night swim in a pool and they are joined by a crocodile. the man leaches out and the woman tries to get away she sustained several bites and both managed to escape and we have a lot to say about the video with big names in the building, the sportscaster and "dancing with the stars" batted couple ryan
6:21 am
and cheryl and mel gibson is here for the first time next. >> a packed show. >> it is. >> the most expensive house in san francisco just sold to a 30-year-old and we will take you inside the mansion and tell you who coughed up the money to buy it. >> hope he has a taste for marble. all the look into the first family's living quarters in the white want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids.
6:22 am
no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
6:23 am
it's time to vote yes - i was diagnosed with parin early 2013.lly it took awhile to sink in. we had to think a little more seriously about saving money for the future and for the kids. - the income of airbnb really helped to mitigate the stress. - but we have that flexibility of knowing that if you know things get worse, we have this to help keep us afloat. - so that's very, very important for us.
6:24 am
>> apple rolled out latest we iphone, the 7, not stopping people from talking about the iphone 8 already. although it will not hit stores for another year. if you struggle to find a cable, the 8 may could with wireless charging. it will feature a curved screen. >> i hate my phone right now. it needs an ungrade but i will wage. now, ask finney, a question from jodie on car dents. "7 on your side" and michael finney has her answer. >> i am parked get out of the
6:25 am
car and the wind catches it and hits the car next to it and causes small dent, an i responsible to have that car fixed? >> great to meet you at our ask finney event. that is a good question you may not like the answer. you responsible. the california department of insurance said you are responsible for any damage caused by your car. even if the wind caused the door to hit another car you must stay in control of your vehicle. when you are driving or parked either way, you are supposed to be in control. thanks for your question. if you have a question for michael finney share it on social #askfinney. you can see your questions earned right here. >> we are getting a
6:26 am
never-before-seen look inside the obama's living arrangements with a look at how the president and his family live. you can see their living room, dining room, and, yes, their bedrooms. you will have to see the rest starting right after abc7 mornings. i am more impressed by this, because the most expensive home sold so far this year in san francisco just went for $22 million. the home is at 2250 vallejo street between fillmore and webster in pacific heights of court and that is the view. the buyer is a 30-year-old, tech billionaire, kyle vote. he sold two start-ups in last two years, twitch and crews and the new home is five stories and has seven bedrooms and seven baths. >> i don't know if he is
6:27 am
single...the only question that matters in the story. our producer said he is engaged. >> maybe he just got married. so... >> congratulations. >> people get divorceed! have us over for dinner the how about that? >> a terrifying young girl in pacifica after narrowly escaping a kidnapping. >> serious accusations against two san francisco based apps that have both firing back. >> a shift in the shopping scene and how millennials are changing the market place. >> we are monitoring police briefing in baltimore, maryland, after a deadly crash involving a car a school bus and commuter bus. >> leaving parting gifts from latest storm with scattered shower in the commute and i will pin point where they are, where
6:28 am
pin point where they are, where remember this guy? pin point where they are, where he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it.
6:29 am
this is the new comfort food. and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever. let's get comfortable with our food again.
6:30 am
>> good morning, bay area, let's get going. >> hop you are getting over the sugar coma. it is tuesday, october 1. welcome. >> and i am with jessica castro and meteorologist mike nicco and alexis smith.
6:31 am
>> it is november 1. merry christmas to all of you. >> political commercials and christmas commercials. >> we look at live doppler hd, moving through the dublin grid and headed to the altamont pass, a light shower heading to the sunol grade. around fremont on 84, you have wet weather and across the dumbarton bridge heading to 237 in the south bay and 280 and 17 wet from the usually shower and temperatures are in the 50s and sunny this afternoon and low-to-mid 60s on the day planner. >> slow spots and a check of drive times from the east bay southbound 680, 14 minutes, and westbound 24 is great at 13 minutes. not so good westbound 580 an hour and 17 minutes and it is improving with a long term crash at greenville road and it has cleared. i have three rollovers and we will get to the updates at 6:40.
6:32 am
an oakland apartment complex is if you radio ins after a four-alarm fire. >> the owner was facing legal troubles before the fire break out. >> our reporter is near lake matter. >> good morning, the previous tenants are suing this building owner and their attorney thinks the fire is suspicious because of the pending litigation. fir investigators have not said what the cause is of the fire and are trying to figure out what started it. the property owner's son hoped the property would turn into something everyone would like and enjoy but some say they have not had a good feeling. about construction. >> the owner tried to sell the building two years ago but failed. and they broke ground. then they stepped because
6:33 am
something was not right. it want all the way...right. it was not right. the fire started at 5:00 yesterday morning, with no one hurt but the building next door was damaged and it dispoliced three. the former tenants suing the owner, they say he started construction while they were still living here. that is why they decided to sue him. firefighters are still here 24 hours later on the scene with barricades blocking off part of the street in oakland. they are worried about lot spots flaring back up. there is concern the building could collapse. they are keeping a perimeter around it. just in case. >> investigators are trying to figure out in a man was dead when two vehicles him him, one was a police cruiser. this happened yesterday morning. the pedestrian was near the pavilion and a minivan struck
6:34 am
him and then a plain police officer in an unrelated call ran over him. sky 7 shows the damage to the van and the police car after they were towed and the contra costa county d.a. is helping. >> two young girls recover after being hit by a truck while trick-or-treating in santa rosa. the four, nine-year-olds were crossing the street with two adults when they were hit at 7:00. the younger girl was not hurt and the older girl lost consciousness for a moment. it was raining hard. police say drugs and alcohol were not involved. the driver is cooperating. pacifica police are searching for a man would tried it kidnap a young empire walking near hickey yesterday afternoon. the man pulled into a car, honking and yelling "get in." she would not and he tried to
6:35 am
force her into the car. she pulled free and ran. he had a black volkswagen with a texas license plate. >> we are in the home stretch before the election and a just released poll shows something that hasn't happened since may, donald trump is now ahead. the poll has him one point over hillary clinton. more good news for democrat, the f.b.i. has not found a clear link between the presidential candidate and russia. the f.b.i. said they are moving ahead with the investigation into her private mail server and they are focusing on e-mails from huma abedin, a top aid and congressman anthony weiner's estranged wife. donna brazile has been forced to resign from her roll own cnn after she shared questions with the clinton campaign before primary debate. she took a break from cnn and abc after becoming acting dnc
6:36 am
chairwoman in july. cnn never gave her a access to questions or prep material. >> if you are put, off sending in vote by mail ballot do it soon. we are a week away from the deadline. the ballots must be most parked on or before november 8. the best bet is to drop it off in american. >> we have a valuable too much to help you prepare for election day. click on "your voice/your vote," you will find out the measures on your local ballot. >> many of you are choosing whether you want to localize recreational marijuana. >> many cities are racing to figure out how to keep sales out of their area. >> matt is in san jose this morning. matt? >> yes, you at home can decide with your vote on november 7 whether you want to legalize marijuana for recreational use but today the city council
6:37 am
inside the city council chambers the we give themselves a little bit more time to come up with a long-term plan in the proposition passes. this is an urgency ordinance, the city manager and city attorney wrote an amendment to make it explicitly clear to budding entrepreneurs that commercial recreational marijuana activities are not allowed here in san jose even if proposition 64 passes. the ordinance confirms nonmedical marijuana is restricted to six live plants and not medical marijuana cannot be grown outdoors, so the city wants it make sure the proposition would create the same issues medicals -- medical marijuana created with dense -- dispensaries around san jose. >> a new report that finded undrivers are profiling african-american passengers. we stanford researchers went to boston and seattle to request rides and when passengers used
6:38 am
an african-american sounding name the ride was canceled twice the normal rate. the president of the silicon valley naacp said this does not surprise him but it is hurtful. >> that is not how technology should work, do more to bring us together at a people. that is the part i look forward to. >> uber drivers have to accept the fare before they see the name of the passenger and lyft drivers see the name immediately. today, it is the start of the winter "spare the air" season and this year there are chains to know about. during the alert it is illegal to burn wood logs, and if you rely only on wood burning you can get an exemption if you register. if you build a new house or
6:39 am
remodeling, you can install a fireplace that has to be gas, electric or another we certified device. we have a guideline at abc7news.com. >> now, the accweather forecast with meteorologist mike nicco. >> effort summer we had 2727 "spare the air" alerts and 15 times we exceeded the national average and five times we exceeded the california one hour average for unhealthy ozone in the air. we hope we have a better winter season. live doppler hd moving away from the dumbarton bridge to 237 look mountain view and toward milpitas, another light sure. we temperatures in san francisco are 53 to 59 and most of us are in the 50s right new, we will jump into the 60s, mid-to-upper 60s, so cooler than average, mid-60s to 70 tomorrow, and upper 60s to mid-70s, below average on thursday, another warm day before another chance of rain
6:40 am
arrives this weekend with that up next. alexis? >> yes, not pretty in a lost areas i want to start you off on the traffic maps, we have three rollover crashes and they are still blocking or in the clearing stages so southbound 101 beyond tully road, started with a rollover and a secondary crash in the same area and that cleared and the southbound side the light are side, this time of the day and it is improving, northbound vied, we had quite a bit of onlooker delay building and that is six miles of pretty heavy traffic inbound. not much better if you are taking 87 for the alternate it is heavy and that is due to a crash with the far right lane blocked an overturned pick medium, and we had another flipped vehicle southbound 101 near third avenue north of state route 92, the san mateo bridge, cleared from the roadway at five or ten minutes ago, recovering on the southbound side and the northbound side still heavy for a few miles. we starting to bounce back but slow down and drive for
6:41 am
conditions. we will look at the big drive times in less than ten. >> do your friends or family tease you about the time of spend on facebook? after the break we will showing how facebook is link to the a a long -- linked to a longer life. >> it could be more difficult to fi
6:42 am
6:43 am
6:44 am
we want do get back do breaking news we are following in baltimore, authorities just wrapped up a news conference after a terrible bus crash. we have learned the school bus driver is among the six killed and five others are hurt. there were no children on the school bus but the bus was en route and blocks away from picking up a kid, it is believed the five other deaths are from the metro bus, it ripped the entire driver side off the commuter bus when it was hut. the bus appears to have hit the gray mustang involved neither a cemetery located nearby and kept going and it hit the commuter bus shred off the side. one person at the police department has said this is the worst crash he has seen in his career, and one of the people hospitalized is said to be in critical condition. the crash investigation just in its early stage only happening 2 1/2 hours ago during the newscast and were more to come through the day. >> terrifying scene.
6:45 am
look at this huge amount of flames from a deadly gasoline pipeline explosion in alabama. one person died and file were hurt. you can see the flames shooting into the sky in the town in shelby county as the crew worked on the pipeline. it sparked a small wildfire. it happened a mile away from where the pipeline leaked last month leading to gasoline shortages across the south. >> a mom of a young boy killed after being left in a hot s.u.v. is now testifying that her ex-husband did not do it on purpose. taylor is the star witness in a murder trial against her ex-husband, and he said he just forgot to drop off the 22-month-old in georgia dying in the hot s.u.v. while he was sexting other women. she said he may have been a bad husband but not a bad father.
6:46 am
all the only anyone that...when through my mind as a remote possible, but governor he was ever checked in...he must have for the go -- forgot. >> we will hear from legal analysts about the opposing takes on the trial account case right after abc7. >> frightening situation for an 87-year-old driver in new mexico. wait until you see the video of the car camping fire while she in. citizen bra spear is behind the wheel the burning car, and she is okay. santa fe police officer helped her get out safely and captured this video on the body camera. she did not realize the flames were there until the officer was killing "get out." she was drive on a flat tire and was on the way to see her doctor when the sparked ignited the front of the car. >> wells fargo will pay $50 million to settle a lawsuit that claims the bank overcharged for
6:47 am
appraisals, resolving claims she charged homeowners more than it paid for third party appraisals ordered after people defaulted on norths. last month, wells fargo agreed to pay $185 million to resolve claims they opened accounts without customer authorization. >> obama care enrollment starts today. >> it will cost more. jane king has that and more. >> good morning, to you. in an effort to boston the sale of low emission vehicles california tweaking the program for buyers of all electric and fuel cell cars, and high income earners are slided from the rebates and buyers from lower income households get more now that the clean vehicle rebate project to reach aggressive goals society by governor brown and the california board. >> open enrollment today is on the affordable health care exchange, with consumers bracing
6:48 am
for rate hikes and others are changing insurance companies and doctors, with enrollment coming as they need a basketball from younger and healthy people to offset the insurance costs of covering sick are people would signed up. >> luxury retailers that peddle high end hand bags are trimming their shops with millenniums not into the luxury thing. the number of new purses introduced by nordstrom and bloomingdales has dipped. stocks very quiet today. we have a two day federal meeting under way and the election next week so we may not see a lost movement, the dow is up five and s&p 500 and nasdaq slightly higher. >> thank you. >> ever feel like you are doing too many things at once? it turns out you are probably right. a brain researcher said multitasking is making us less
6:49 am
effective. we could think we are doing two or three things at once our brains are not. >> with each of those switches, there is a loss of the high resolution of the information. >> how do you avoid the overload and be happy and more effective? coming up tonight at 11:00. >> 6:49, are you watching us scrolling through your facebook feed at the same time? i can see you, a new study finds time spent on social media including facebook could be associated with a longer life. researchers say people with more friends on-line are less likely to die than disconnected counterparts. there will is a paper published in in a journal, but facebook was involved with the paper so take it with a grain of salt. >> trick-or-treaters braved rain in the name of one thing, cold, wet, and miserable for some of you, and the umbrellaed hoped
6:50 am
now san rafael with residents giving away treats and noticed a drop in the number of those who visited. >> ditch nancy in the numbers but not the ought tuesday, the kids have been excited to be out and we have to keep the fun going on. >> eight is cold. freezing. >> but we got a lost candy. >> mike is really heavy. that is all that matters, right? pretty much. >> where is waldo? >> families say they wanted to cheer up the neighbor whose took so much time to decorate their homes this year. >> as a kid growing up in san rafael i felt like we got our fair share of rainy halloweens but if you are out there you get more candy. that is right. .5" of rain and we were worried about the 101 corridor. but nothing you can do. livermore has a light shower,
6:51 am
and out of the sunol grade you running into rain on 680 and 238, and that is the last real push with a slight chance of isolated shower went sun is up warming the atmosphere. not raining on the san mateo bridge but the remark is bad, and bright with isolated shower and the highlights are clear and cool, and fog and warming into friday until the storm-impact scale from "1" light to "5" severe, this is saturday night into sunday, and best chance of rain is 1:00 in the morning, through 8:00 in the morning on sunday my seven-day forecast shows 60s at the chest, low-to-mid 70s for the rest of us through saturday and a slight pull back in temperature and we gain an extra hour of sleep on saturday night into sunday. >> all three of our early rollover crashes have cleared so that is the good news. the bad news is we have a new problem on the bay bridge
6:52 am
commute, and here is the bay bridge toll plaza, it is extra slow. we got reports of a crash westbound 80 beyond treasure island a prius and semi got tangled up, a solid line of red back to the bay bridge toll plaza and check out westbound 80 through berkeley, it is ugly. the drive times are highway 4 for the maze, 45 minutes, and bay bridge is 24 minutes, into san francisco, and southbound 101, 11 minutes in the green into san francisco. coming back in 90 seconds with the seven things you need to know. >> follow us at abc bay area and you can get more great pictures and photos like these taking a lot at the rain with a break like this, we could do a cast or surgery. whichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away,
6:53 am
but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard.
6:54 am
here are the seven things you need to know before you go, we start with mike. >> there is live doppler hd a chance of scattered light showers through 9:00. less than .01" of rain. if you dress the kids, showers taper at 7:00, temperatures in the low-to-mid 60s and this afternoon, sunny and low-to-mid 60s. >> two, we have a lot of of crashes out there on the roads this morning, including a current one, westbound 80 beyond treasure island we have the two left lanes blocked and not been
6:55 am
able to confirm that. we have delays back through the bay bridge toll plaza and beyond, and five miles per hour when you are beyond the metering lights so expect a major slow down. >> three, breaking news from the live desk, six people are dead including a school bus driver after a nasty crash in baltimore, maryland, no kids were on the school bus and the side of a commuter bus was ripped apart, and five people remain hospitalized. we have lend the owner of this oakland apartment building that caught fire yesterday morning was facing a lawsuit. we previous tenants claim he started construction while they were still living there. their attorney calls the fire "highly suspicious." >> four and nine-year-old girl recovering after being hit by a truck while trick or treating in santa rosa. it was raining hard, the younger girl wasn't hurt and the old are girl was taken to the hospital, the driver is cooperating. >> the victim sexually assault by former stanford swimmer brock turner has been named as "woman of the year," by glamour
6:56 am
magazine after penning an essay. >> it is november 1st so a week to go until election day now, and democrat democrat is leading hillary clinton in a new abc poll and up by one point and this is significant, it is his first lead since may >> the recollection is making people nervous with a few days left and take the scan difficult from your kids and enjoy that. see you in 25 minutes.
6:57 am
he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one.
6:58 am
the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it. alright, how's this for a tv show. sous chef. lawyer by day, prep-cook by night. also, his name is sous. no. sloppy joseph. a middle-aged man who's trying to get his life together, but he can't - he's to sloppy. huhhh - no! here you go. i got this. i get cash back so it's like everything's on sale. with the blue cash everyday card from american express you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. everything's on sale! a home shopping show takes place on a sailboat. that's the one! banana boat dessert on me.
6:59 am
look at you being all lactose tolerant. it's more than cash back. it's backed by the service and security of american express.
7:00 am
good morning, america. and breaking right now, donald trump surging in our brand-new poll, topping hillary clinton for the first time since may. as she battles back against that fbi investigation, defiant and demanding answers. >> i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my e-mails. there is no case here. donald trump doubling down. >> the clinton crime spree ends. it's going to end on november 8th. >> both their campaign managers are here this morning with exactly one week until election day. breaking news for our viewers in the west. a deadly bus crash. at least six people killed when a school bus and

12 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on